Letter - TRANSMITTAL COLLECTION LETTER FROM CREDITOR TO AGENCY
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This debtor has not responded to our requests for payment. Our only alternative now is the actual placing of the account for collection.
As a final courtesy to this firm, we ask that you take no drastic steps toward collection until [date] If we do receive payment in full by this date, we will notify you to cancel the claim. Otherwise, you are to proceed in any manner you deem advisable to collect our money.
A statement of account is attached and a copy of this letter is being sent to the debtor so that they will have ample time to pay before the expiration of the above mentioned date.
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